Examples of felt in a Sentence
She made her son's costume from scraps of felt.
Recent Examples of felt from the Web
Start off with sleek sneakers and luxe leathers and then finish off with subtle accessories, like a felt fedora or a leather belt.
His set felt like one continuous crescendo, constantly rising and building until the warm, positive vibes touched the entire crowd.
Felts began teaching music and leading bands at the high school in 1942.
This thread can match the color of your felt, or be a contrasting color.
Wilson says the woman pulled the boy inside, shaved his head and wrote on his forehead using a felt-tip pen.
Gathered around a screen, the team could see the soft green felt of a pool table and then, shockingly, two small kids emerging from behind a sofa, drawn by the light from the hole cut in the roof.
Tar strips and other road blemishes are muffled thumps heard more than felt.
Pay homage to your town or city with hangable felt pendants promoting Venice or Los Alamos or the City of Angels.
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Origin and Etymology of felt
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of felt
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Definition of felt for English Language Learners
: a soft, heavy cloth made by pressing together fibers of wool, cotton, or other materials
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